I created a radio on Radio4000 for ontariosstreet... in the unlikely event anyone wants to follow.
It seems to be some kind of wrapper around youtube and souncloud API's that some guys from Berlin built as an open source tool/community
seems to be pretty cool, totally brutalist design, and you spare yourself from Youtube's abhorrent UI
Ontario Street Sessions: (00_036) is published!!
It sounds more like Ontario Street than the most recent sessions, a lot of electronica between IDM, just fun electro and openly experimental, but with a fresh approach and a lot of fun.
Porn Sword Tobacco, Proswell, Global Goon, Luke Vibert, Casino Versus Japan, Verbose, Cylob, VHS Head
The opening version of My Generation by Atom TM would make our very own Max Headroom dance again on screen....
ontariostreet Sessions: (00_034).
It is a weird session with a lot of glitchy sounds, obfuscated pianos and lots of experimental.
Featuring artists: Lorn Porn Sword Tobacco, Roly Porter, Kangding Ray, Nosaj Thing, Ash Koosha, Ochre, Throwing Snow and more.
About an hour of weird journey, consider yourselves warned!!
I realized today that after the hackers.town time warp, my pinned toot was no longer there.
So I do this music sessions hosted in Mixcloud and, if anyone is interested, this one is the most recent one.
You can listen to it in my website:
Mostly electronica, neo-classical, ambient, drone, etc. Target audience is very limited, definitely far away from any kind of mainstream.
I ended up making a very weird Friday night playlist for my Culture series.
Play at your own risk.
Whether or not #Bandcamp will ever grow to rival the streaming giants feels somewhat irrelevant. It's a place where you can buy an artist some groceries or a beer or some time to make new art. It's a messy online record store where you can stumble around and, in a roundabout way, find what you like, not what AI guesses you'll be interested in. And now, it's served a role for unprecedented activism on behalf of the underground musicians & fans, encouraged by the platform.
SSD M.2 or SATA for a Linux machine?
I'm near ordering time for my new PC and not sure if M.2 will really make a difference in daily use, since I can get a 1TB SATA for the same price as a 500GB M.2.
This will be a Linux only machine with gaming capabilities, but not a gamer pc (I just want to be able to play if I want to)
Ryzen 7 3700X
Aorus Pro B450
32GB 3200 DDR4
USPOL - Portland - disturbing
This is the face of what is happening.
This is what I (and I suspect many of you) are here to rise against.
If you thought before that this was hyperbole... This is us.
This is where we are.
We are now openly and brazenly doing the thing fascists do.
This is not my America.
local pdx media / sinclair affiliate
someone just linked me to about 2 minutes of a local pdx media piece from KATU (a Sinclair affiliate) and they:
* Setup an interview with Tom Cotton
* Called covid the "Plandemic" and talked about how it's all a conspiracy
* Talked to Ted Nugent about how we need to arm ourselves against immigrants
* And stated that BLM protests are "total and complete anarchy"
this is what your grandparents are watching 😬
This #Woodworking computer case is totally my aesthetic
for people not in Portland, mayor Ted Wheeler is not great. His letter to the Trump administration regarding the federal police is just a PR stunt. In Portland the mayor is defacto police commissioner. He could make local cops stop working with feds; he doesn't. He could stop local police from brutalizing protesters; he doesn't. He could hold police accountable for murdering Black people; he doesn't.
A Demolished Man.
A bunch of technomancers in the fediverse. Keep it fairly clean please. This arcology is for all who wash up upon it's digital shore.